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The Best 5 Mountain Bikes for Women

If you’re a woman who loves adventures and exploring off-road locations, then mountain bike riding might just be the thing for you. However, you’ll need a reliable bike that suits you, and finding one might not be such an easy task.There is such a variety of mountain bikes that you’ll probably overwhelm when you start […]

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Top 5 Mountain Bikes Under $3000

If you’re not a novice to mountain bike riding, you might be wondering what’s new on the market. Or maybe your favorite bike broke, and you’re searching for a modern one to replace it. But you don’t want one of those cheap mountain bikes – you want something impressive, fast and durable that would make […]

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The best 5 mountain bikes under $2000

Mountain bike riding is a popular sport nowadays, and everyone knows that there a few things that can raise your adrenaline like racing.If you love bike racing, then you might be looking for a new bike to replace your old model. But you don’t want a cheap one. You need a quality bike that would […]

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The Best 5 Mountain Bikes under $300 in 2017

Quick Navigation How to choose a mountain bike?Find the right bike type for youSuspension for a comfortable rideWheel size mattersReliable brakes for safetyTop 5 Mountain Bikes under $3001. Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men’s Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike2. Diamondback Bicycles 2016 Laurito Hardtail Complete Mountain Bike3. Vilano Blackjack 3.0 29er Mountain Bike MTB with 29-Inch Wheels4. The Mongoose […]

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Best Christmas Gifts for Mountain Bikers 2016

Christmas is right around the corner and if you’ve got a cyclist in your life that enjoys mountain biking, we’ve found the best Christmas gift ideas that will be right up their alley. While there are several mountain bikes to choose from, we’ve gathered the best Christmas gifts for cyclists this year to help you […]

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A Buyer’s Guide to Mountain Bike Handlebars

Handlebars are often the most overlooked part of the mountain bike. Many riders will assume that the handlebars originally fitted on the bike are good enough and do not put any more thought into it. Either that or they will spend very little on handlebars so they can put their money into other parts for […]

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